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Passive solar is far more available, affordable, and earth friendly than traditional energy sources. Passive solar involves the direct use of sunlight without the need for any type of mechanical assistance. Passive solar energy can be used directly or in combination with other energy forms. (Pas-
Three sive solar is covered in depth in 5.) It can be used for heating, lighting, cooling, water purification, and much more. The five elements of passive solar heating and lighting are shown in Figure 3-4. A properly designed home in a temperate climate can use passive solar heating without additional heat sources. In the southwestern United States, for example, many individuals have chosen to build passive solar homes, as shown in Figure 3-5. These homes remain cool during a 110 F day and warm even during a 30 F evening.
Summer Sun
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FIGURE 3-4 Five elements of passive solar
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FIGURE 3-5 Passive solar home
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Types of Solar Energy Passive solar is the easiest form of energy to use in the home for the following reasons: Passive solar is free to use. Solar energy is available everywhere the sun shines. The energy is delivered free to your home. Passive solar creates zero pollutants. Passive solar can be used on a consumer, commercial, or industrial scale. Passive solar has a 4.5-billion-year history of reliability. Passive solar can be used in combination with mechanical devices, which, once installed, require little or no additional energy. These devices can replace others that require large amounts of energy. A perfect example is a solar hot water heater (Figure 3-6).
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FIGURE 3-6 Solar hot water heater
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Concentrated Solar Power
Concentrated solar power (CSP) systems use focal material, such as lenses or mirrors, and a tracking system to focus sunlight onto a small area to produce intense heat. The concentrated light is then used to create heat as a source for conventional power. CSP is not a new technology. In the 1860s, French inventor Augustin Mouchot created a solar-powered engine that converting solar energy into mechanical work via steam power (Figure 3-7). Mouchot believed that coal, the fuel of the industrial revolution, was in limited supply and would eventually be unavailable. Mouchot and his engine were victims of the same tribulations of today, however. More efficient delivery and use of coal in the 1870s allowed prices to drop, and Mouchot engines became economically unviable. CSP is again being explored as a reasonable option for clean energy, with CSP photovoltaic (PV) panels installed in both home and industrial applications.
CSP with Parabolic Mirrors
Concentrating solar power with parabolic mirrors is used for industrial, commercial, and home applications. Figure 3-8 shows CSP on an industrial scale.
FIGURE 3-7 Mouchot solar-powered engine
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FIGURE 3-8 CSP parabolic
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The interest in CSP is a result of the high cost of PV panels. Concentrating solar is simplicity in design. It employs reflective material, such as mirrors, polished metals, or even fabrics such as Mylar, deployed in a radius around a central tower. The reflective materials are remotely controlled to track the sun during the day. The central tower on which the reflective materials are mounted (Figures 3-9 and 3-10) is filled with the material to be heated, which could be water, oil, salt, or other substances that can store light energy as heat. As the sun rises, it heats the water to more than 1000 F. The heated material creates steam and turns a turbine to power a generator, which produces electricity. The heated material will be at relative low temperature during the beginning of the day and near its hottest temperature by the end of the day. The system should theoretically store enough heat energy to continue to produce steam, and therefore, electricity day and night. Concentrating solar power of this type is not a 24-hour-a-day solution, however. Although CSP plants are usually constructed in sunny areas of the world, even the great deserts sometimes have more than a day of cloud cover. Sandstorms, dust, birds, inclement weather, and intermittent sunlight all contribute to inefficiencies in this type of system. Some of these power stations are used to produce intermittent energy when the sun is available. When a constant power solution is required, natural gas or oil is usually substituted to maintain a constant temperature. With many variations of concentrated solar power available, you will see more CSP solutions in the future.
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